Once
you
have
saved
your
menu,
the
code
will
automatically
be
inserted
into
your

page.
The
code
for
our
menu
looks
like
this:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/menu-
menu.css" media="screen"> 
</head> 
<body> 
<ul class="menu-menu"> 
<li class="first"><a href="contact-us.html">Contact 
Us</a></li> 
<li> 
<a href="">Learn More</a> 
<ul> 
<li class="first"><a href="about-us.html">About 
Us</a></li> 
<li><a href="privacy.html">Privacy Policy</a></li> 
</ul> 
</li> 
</ul> 
The
top
part
that
comes
before
the
</head>
tag
is
a
link
to
the
menu
style
sheet,

and
the
bottom
part
is
the
HTML
code
that
is
modified
by
the
style
sheet.

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Interested
in
learning
more
about
what
style
sheets
are
and
how
they

work?
Check
out
the
comprehensive
tutorial
about
this
awesome
Web

design
tool
at
W3Schools
(http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_intro.asp
).

Switch
on
over
to
the
Preview
tab
and
see
how
your
new
menu
looks!

Pretty
snazzy,
huh?

Step
6:
Positioning
Your
Menu

To
change
where
your
menu
appears
on
your
page,
your
best
bet
is
to
use

<div></div>
tags
to
position
it.
To
do
this,
place
<div></div>
tags
around
the

menu
code
that
appears
between
the
<body></body>
tags,
which
would
look

like
this:

<div> 
<ul class="menu-menu"> 
<li class="first"><a href="contact-us.html">Contact 
Us</a></li> 
<li> 
<a href="">Learn More</a> 
<ul> 
<li class="first"><a href="about-us.html">About 
Us</a></li> 
<li><a href="privacy.html">Privacy Policy</a></li> 
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</ul> 
</li> 
</ul> 
</div>

Next,
add
the
align
attribute
to
the
opening
<div>
tag,
and
give
it
one
of
these

values:
bottom,
center,
justify,
left,
right,
or
top.
For
instance,
if
you

wanted
to
center
your
menu,
the
opening
<div>
tag
would
look
like
this:

<div align=”center”> 
Step
7:
Adding
Your
Menu
to
Your
Other
Pages

Using
Code
Snippets,
you
can
easily
add
your
menu
to
all
the
pages
in
your

Website.
To
do
this,
first
select
the
code
in
your
menu
that
appears
between
the

<head></head>
tags,
which
looks
like
this:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/menu-
menu.css" media="screen"> 
Next,
use
one
of
these
options
to
save
it
as
a
snippet:

•  Go to File > Save Selected Text as Snippet 
•  Click the Save Items icon in the Toolbar and select Save Selected Text as 
Snippet 
•  Right-click the text and select Save Selected Text as Snippet 
This
opens
the
Save
Snippet
window.
Enter
the
name
for
the
snippet
in
the

Filename
field.
In
this
case,
we’ll
call
our
snippet
Menu
Style
Sheet.
When
you’re

done,
click
OK.

Next,
highlight
the
menu
code
that
appears
between
the
<body></body>
tags
—

<div>
tags
and
all!
—
and
create
another
new
snippet.
Call
this
one
Menu
Code.

Now
switch
over
to
the
Code
Snippets
tab,
where
you’ll
see
your
new
snippets!

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Now
whenever
you
want
to
insert
your
menu
into
another
page,
just
go
to
the

Code
Snippets
tab
and
insert
the
snippets
into
the
correct
locations
in
your
page.


For
more
information
about
how
to
use
Code
Snippets,
read
How
to
Use

Snippets.

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How
to
Use
the
Open
From
Web
Function

With
the
HTML
Editor,
you
can
import
published
Webpages
from
the
Internet

and
open
them
in
the
program.
To
do
this,
go
to
File
>
Open
From
Web.
This

opens
the
Open
From
Web
window,
which
allows
you
to
enter
the
URL
of
the

page
you
wish
to
open
and
to
specify
options
for
saving
this
file
to
your
computer.


A
few
notes
about
this
function
before
we
describe
how
you
use
it.
First,

it
can
only
be
used
to
download
one
file
at
a
time.
If
you
want
to

download
multiple
files
from
a
Website,
you
may
want
to
use
an
FTP

client
such
as
Direct
FTP
(http://www.coffeecup.com/direct‐ftp/
)
or
Free
FTP

(http://www.coffeecup.com/free‐ftp/
)
to
download
several
files
at
once.

Second,
this
option
works
best
if
you
are
downloading
an
HTML
page
that
does

not
use
PHP
or
SSI,
because
scripting
languages
like
these
can
add
code
to
a

published
page.
As
a
result,
you
may
not
download
the
correct
HTML.

Finally,
if
the
page
doesn't
load
correctly,
the
server
may
be
responding
slowly.
In

this
case,
repeat
the
Open
From
Web
function.

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All
right,
now
that
you
know
what
this
function
can
and
cannot
do,
let’s
get

started!
The
first
step
is
to
enter
the
URL
for
the
exact
Webpage
you
want
to

download.
For
instance,
say
you
wanted
to
emulate
the
oh‐so‐snazzy
design
of
the

CoffeeCup
About
Us
page
(http://www.coffeecup.com/about/
).
You
would
have
to

type
that
entire
URL
into
the
URL
to
Open
From
Web
field.
If
you
tried
just

using
http://www.coffeecup.com
,
you’d
get
the
CoffeeCup
Software
homepage
—

still
snazzy,
but
not
the
page
you
were
looking
for.

Once
you’ve
entered
the
URL
of
the
page
you
want
to
download,
it’s
time
to

choose
where
you
would
like
to
download
the
file
and
what
parts
of
the
page
you

would
like
to
download.
That’s
where
the
Options
tab
comes
into
play:

Download
Only
the
HTML
Page
(Without
Images
or

Other
Required
Files)
and
Open
it
in
the
Editor

This
option
downloads
only
the
HTML
from
the
page.
That
means
any
images,

CSS,
JavaScript,
and
anything
else
associated
with
the
page
won’t
be
downloaded.

This
option
also
does
not
save
the
file
to
your
computer.
Instead,
it
just
opens
the

HTML
in
the
Editor.
This
is
a
good
option
if
you
want
to
get
your
hands
on
the
raw

structure
of
the
page
and
start
editing
it
right
away.
Once
you’re
done
making
your

edits,
you
can
save
the
file
normally.

Save
to
Disk

This
option
saves
the
page
to
a
location
you
specify
on
your
computer.
To
specify
a

location,
click
the
Browse
icon
and
choose
the
folder
where
you
want
the
file

saved.

If
you
choose
to
save
to
disk,
you
can
also
use
the
provided
checkboxes
to:

•  Have the page open in the Editor after it has been saved to your computer  
•  Download images that appear in the page 
•  Download related files such as CSS and scripts 
•  Open related CSS files in the HTML Editor 
These
options
come
in
handy
if
you
want
to
work
with
more
than
just
the
page

HTML.

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The
last
step
is
to
switch
over
to
the
Proxy
Settings
tab,
where
you
can
enter

proxy
information
if
necessary.

To
be
honest,
if
you
aren’t
sure
whether
you
should
use
this
information,

chances
are
really
good
that
you
do
not
have
to.
If
you
want
to
be
extra‐
sure,
contact
your
hosting
provider,
and
they’ll
be
able
to
give
you
a

definitive
answer.

Once
you’ve
configured
all
your
settings,
go
ahead
and
click
Open.
You
can
track

the
progress
of
your
download
in
the
Download
Status
area
at
the
bottom
of
the

window.
When
it’s
done,
edit
your
newly
downloaded
files
normally.

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How
to
Use
Bookmarks

Maybe
it’s
the
last
place
you
left
off
editing,
a
portion
of

the
page
where
you
make
a
lot
of
changes
and
updates,

or
a
design
element
you
want
to
run
by
a
client
—
for

whatever
reason,
you
need
to
come
back
to
a
certain
part

of
your
code
at
another
time.
This
is
where
bookmarks

come
in
handy.
These
unobtrusive
tools
mark
places
in

your
code
so
you
can
return
to
them
whenever
you
need

to.

Bookmarks
appear
as
green
book
icons
labeled
with
a

number
in
the
gutter,
the
area
on
the
left‐hand
side
of

the
code
that
also
contains
line
numbers
and
symbols

representing
paragraph
breaks.

Setting
Bookmarks

To
set
a
bookmark,
use
one
of
the
following
options:

•  Go to Document > Set Bookmark and select which 
bookmark number you want to set. 
•  Use the keyboard shortcut Shift+Ctrl+[0-9]. Choose the digit that corresponds to 
the bookmark number you want to set. For instance, if you wanted to set 
bookmark number 5, you would use the keyboard shortcut Shift+Ctrl+5. 
You
can
set
up
to
10
bookmarks
per
document.


Locating
Bookmarks

To
locate
a
bookmark,
use
one
of
the
following
options:

•  Go to Document > Go to Bookmark and select the bookmark number you want 
to locate. 
•  Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+[0-9]. Choose the digit that corresponds to the 
bookmark number you want to locate. For instance, if you wanted to go to 
bookmark number 5, you would use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+5. 
Resetting
Bookmarks

There
are
two
methods
for
resetting
bookmarks.
If
you
want
to
reset
an
individual

bookmark,
just
set
the
bookmark
number
in
another
location.
For
instance,
if
you

were
using
Bookmark
0
to
mark
your
meta
tags
but
wanted
to
use
it
to
mark
your

footer
HTML,
just
position
your
cursor
at
your
footer
HTML
and
set
Bookmark
o

using
one
of
the
methods
described
above.

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The
second
method
is
to
clear
all
your
bookmarks
at
once.
To
do
this,
go
to

Document
>
Clear
All
Bookmarks.


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How
to
Use
the
Code
Cleaner

If
you've
ever
tried
to
edit
someone
else's
code,
you
know
how
much
of
a
hassle
it

can
be
to
pick
through
a
style
that
isn't
your
own.
Reformatting
can
be
a
pain,
but

with
the
HTML
Editor's
Code
Cleaner,
it's
a
breeze.
The
Code
Cleaner
filters

through
source
code,
restyles
it
to
fit
your
personal
taste,
and
weeds
out
pesky

errors
in
the
document.
If
you
have
trouble
loading
a
document
in
a
browser,

running
the
Code
Cleaner
may
be
able
to
find
the
problem
for
you.

Here's
how
to
use
the
Code
Cleaner:

Step
1

Go
to
Tools
>
Code
Cleaner...
This
opens
the
Code
Cleaner
window,
which

allows
you
to
set
your
code
cleaning
preferences.

Step
2

To
view
detailed
descriptions
on
how
a
given
option
works,
place
your
mouse
over

that
option
and
read
the
description
in
the
yellow
pane
at
the
bottom
of
the

window.
You
can
also
switch
to
the
Document
and
ASP
and
XML
tabs
to
see

more
options.

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